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Sip & Savor

What Are We Drinkin’ in 2023? Drink trends wax and wane, that’s true, but there are a few crazes that seem to be sticking around...

Adapting to the Times

Preparing for Life After High School Preparing students for life after high school is a continuing and evolving effort, with various methods and tools such...

The Burgeoning Tech Industry

Job Options Abound Tech jobs are a growth industry in Oklahoma, and vocational schools, colleges and universities across the state stand ready to train future...

Keeping Connections Alive

Maintaining Connections Leads to Early Detections  If there is anything consistent in life, it’s change – and getting older might be the best example of...

Barley & Bees

The story of Barley & Bees is one of perseverance. The restaurant began in 2020 with the mission to bring authentic Southern food to...

Looking Out for Our Rural Neighbors 

Healthcare advocates – particularly those most concerned with delivering quality services to rural areas of Oklahoma – will gather this fall to discuss the...

Keeping Connections Alive

Maintaining Connections Leads to Early Detections  If there is anything consistent in life, it’s change – and getting older might be the best example of...

Showcasing the State

The Oklahoma filmmaking community continues to grow year after year. Jeremy and Kara Choate, a husband and wife creative duo from Tahlequah, have joined...

Finding Romance

Aaah, the month of love! If you’re not sure where to go with your partner for Valentine’s Day, we offer a few options. Music and...

Keeping Oklahoma Healthy

Understanding the roles of various entities within state government can be confusing. But for many Oklahomans who find themselves in need, the Oklahoma Health...

Celebrating Togetherness 

If you want to veer away from sports or performances this month, community events abound. In Tulsa, get your tickets to the Second Saturday Architecture...

Formosa Street Food and Bar 

Serving up Taiwanese and Chinese dishes in stylish digs, Formosa Street Food and Bar has been an OKC favorite since its inception. Popular entrées...

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All things Oklahoma

Understanding Black History

Black History Month is a time dedicated to examining the past and honoring the many contributions of African Americans throughout U.S. history. This February, Oklahomans...

The Legacy of Scout Younger

“One hundred years ago,” says Harvey Shell, “most everyone in Tulsa would’ve known Scout Younger’s name. Now, no one does.”  Shell, along with fellow historian...

Finding Romance

Aaah, the month of love! If you’re not sure where to go with your partner for Valentine’s Day, we offer a few options. Music and...

Looking Out for Our Rural Neighbors 

Healthcare advocates – particularly those most concerned with delivering quality services to rural areas of Oklahoma – will gather this fall to discuss the...

More Than Books

The Tulsa City-County Library (TCCL) and Metropolitan Library System of Oklahoma County (MLS) have reimagined the uninspired vision of a library – finding a...

Curating Camaraderie

A plethora of athletic leagues are available for men and women over 18 who want to make friends, burn some calories and, above all,...

Showcasing the State

The Oklahoma filmmaking community continues to grow year after year. Jeremy and Kara Choate, a husband and wife creative duo from Tahlequah, have joined...

Stamp of Approval

A small part of Oklahoma is making its mark across the U.S. in a first-class way. The Oklahoma City Skydance Bridge is one of four...

Working Towards Walkability 

A century ago, pedestrians and the occasional horse-drawn conveyance ruled the streets. Therefore, the largest metropolitan areas in Oklahoma were laid out accordingly –...

Keeping Oklahoma Healthy

Understanding the roles of various entities within state government can be confusing. But for many Oklahomans who find themselves in need, the Oklahoma Health...

Understanding Black History

Black History Month is a time dedicated to examining the past and honoring the many contributions of African Americans throughout U.S. history. This February, Oklahomans...

How to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Oklahoma

COMMUNITY EVENTS Check websites for start times and further details. TULSA: Tulsa Martin Luther King Jr. Parade N. Detroit Ave. & John Hope Franklin Blvd. mlktulsa.com Founders’ Community Breakfast First Baptist...

It’s Great to be Back

It’s hard for both Brian Parton and me to believe that the last time I interviewed him for a story was more than a...
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Life & Style

a map to living well

Captivated in Cape Town

Cape Town was founded in the 1650s by the Dutch as a rest stop for ships heading east on the legendary Spice Route. The...

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An Impressive Comeback

Candace McCoy and her husband, David, were on their way to possible retirement in Texas’s Hill Country in April 1995 when they detoured through...

Tackling Cold Weather Threats

While winters in Oklahoma are typically mild, most would agree that we should never take Mother Nature for granted, even at the end of...

Beating the Last Weeks of Winter

Winter’s cold and flu season can slow you down and make you feel wary of every sniffle and sneeze. And unfortunately, there’s no way...

Captivated in Cape Town

Cape Town was founded in the 1650s by the Dutch as a rest stop for ships heading east on the legendary Spice Route. The...

Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award Gala

The Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award is given by the Tulsa Library Trust and Tulsa City-County Library. Its purpose is to give formal...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

Much Ado about Milo 

Oklahoma-born executive chef Josh Valentine has a passion for contemporary Oklahoma cuisine, and is working to revive that essence in his home state. At...

Wildflower Cafe

If you’re on the hunt for a cozy, no-fuss breakfast and lunch spot, Wildflower Cafe at 11th and Peoria in Tulsa is just the...

Barley & Bees

The story of Barley & Bees is one of perseverance. The restaurant began in 2020 with the mission to bring authentic Southern food to...

Formosa Street Food and Bar 

Serving up Taiwanese and Chinese dishes in stylish digs, Formosa Street Food and Bar has been an OKC favorite since its inception. Popular entrées...

Leaving a Lasting Legacy

Just east of Woodward Park is a massive red brick house that looks as if it was built to last for centuries – and...

Chengdu Restaurant 

There were two families, newly arrived here from China. One came from Sichuan, a remote and verdant land of rivers and mountains that joins...

Much Ado about Milo 

Oklahoma-born executive chef Josh Valentine has a passion for contemporary Oklahoma cuisine, and is working to revive that essence in his home state. At...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

February Films Beckon

February, the month of love, returns to us with pretty much no romantic films for its entire duration. Not to worry – there are...

Fun for All, All for Fun 

There’s plenty of family fun to be had this month around the state.  In Tulsa, you can visit the BOK Center for Disney On Ice:...

Celebrating Togetherness 

If you want to veer away from sports or performances this month, community events abound. In Tulsa, get your tickets to the Second Saturday Architecture...

A Mixed Bag of Play

Basketball still has a stronghold on Oklahoma sports this February.  Catch the TU women’s team at home at the Reynolds Center Feb. 1, 12 and...

A Powerful Performance Punch

While it may be the shortest month of the year, February packs a powerful performance punch. Head to the Tulsa PAC for Tulsa Symphony’s Captivating:...

Elevating the Arts

Stillwater’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts presents a world-class evening of music by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on Jan. 28. The evening’s program...

Basketball, Rodeo, Racing and Hockey

There’s no doubt – January belongs to basketball. Watch NBA team the OKC Thunder play at the Paycom Center on Jan. 3, 6, 8,...